FBI: Violence over anti-Muslim video could spread to U.S
WASHINGTON, DC: The FBI jointly released a bulletin with the U.S Department of Homeland Security citing security warnings over the anti-Muslim video that sparked riots across the middle east in more than 11 countries worldwide.
The Department of Homeland Security announced in a bulletin that no specific threats have been made, but officials are worrisome that the video itself and its controversial motive may be used as a further motive by U.S based extremist groups to recruit new members causing similar riots inside the United States.
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